United States Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of United States journalists below. We found 741 United States journalists listed.

Justin Barisich

Copywriter and Storyteller // Founder of Little Writing Man

Good Stories, Well Told. I’ve always had a way with words – writing them, analyzing them, editing them, speaking them, & even performing them all across the country. And after a decade of experience, I decided to go into business with my words – & a practiced hand – to help others create good stories, well told. So use me for my wordsmithing skills. Hire me as your word mercenary. I’m here to help you find the story you always knew was there, and then set it on its feet to walk out and win over the world. And I promise you, it’ll go far. After all, I am a man of my words. — Justin Barisich / Little Writing Man [email protected] (404) 590-3928


Cheryl A. Hoahing

Writer & Editor

Accomplished editor, writer, copy editor, and fact-checker with expertise in both print and digital publishing. Successful working on tight deadline schedules, handling multiple assignments simultaneously, and managing staff and freelancers. Outlets contributed to include: Star, Us Weekly, Inquisitr, Entertainment Daily, Metal Edge, Headlines & Global News, Tiger Beat, Bop, Romantic Times Book Reviews, Aspire College Magazine, CosmoGirl, and Cosmo Style. Open to full-time, part-time, and freelance opportunities.

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Kayla Webster

Associate Editor

A journalist with over five years of experience covering general assignments, healthcare for business and human resources. Recipient of a healthcare reporter fellowship from the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing in 2018. Northern California native living in the Big Apple.


Michelle B. Abendschan

Copywriter / Marketing Professional

Substantial experience in copywriting, content writing, editing, project management, and social media at start-ups, corporate, non-profit, agency, and higher education environments. I love to write about food, real estate, travel, home goods, interior design, education, and pretty much everything! Walking enthusiast, artist, INTJ, and fan of the Oxford comma.

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KRISSY GILLASPIA

Marketing Manager | Content & Copywriter | WordPress Design & Set-Up | Social Media Content

- Editing (AP Style, conversational) -Travel content (destination, venue, holiday write ups) - Website content for most kinds of websites -Technical writing (Ask me if your project is a good fit.) - Summaries (articles, documents, books) -Health and Wellness articles, blog posts -Press Releases -Copywriting (Persuasive content, call to action, material designed to generate an action like requesting information, buying, signing up, etc.) *Sales letters *Landing pages *Ads *Email Campaigns -How To documents, manuals, ebooks (see Technical Writing) Small Business Marketing Strategies

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Grant Gross

Expert tech policy reporter; freelance writer and editor

I'm a veteran journalist with more than 15 years of experience writing about the intersection of technology and public policy. My stories have appeared at PCWorld.com, Computerworld.com, NYTimes.com, WashingtonPost.com, ABCNews.go.com, and in CIO magazine. I've worked as a tech-focused freelance writer and editor since mid-2017. I've written stories for cybersecurity and privacy news site The-Parallax.com, for HPE's Enterprise.nxt tech trends website, for IBM's SecurityIntelligence.com, for the Washington Examiner, and for ServiceNow's new Workflow magazine. As a freelancer, I've written extensively about artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and tech policy. I've also written white papers, op-ed pieces, marketing materials, and blog posts for several other organizations, including the Internet Society. Previously, I worked as senior editor at IDG News Service, the internal wire service at IDG, publishers of PCWorld, MacWorld, Computerworld, and many other prominent tech news websites. I served as the Washington, D.C., correspondent there for nearly 13 years. I've covered net neutrality fights in the U.S. Congress and the Federal Communications Commission, revelations of mass surveillance programs at the National Security Agency, and huge online protests over a controversial online copyright enforcement bill. As a tech policy expert, I've appeared on C-SPAN and the giant NTN24 Spanish-language cable news network. From someone who has edited hundreds of my stories: Grant is "an exceptional reporter, an especially strong writer, both on impossible deadlines and with analysis and other long-form stories, and a talented editor. His long-time direct supervisor refers to him as 'unflappable,' and I can think of no better way to describe his demeanor. We should all aspire to be so cool. Harried editors take note: Grant is a dream to edit, the sort of reporter you will wish again and again that you could clone." From another editor: "Grant is one of the top journalists I’ve worked with in my career. He’s a total pro and can do it all: reporting, writing, and editing. As a reporter and writer, he is fast, accurate and has a knack for quickly digging up sources on just about any topic. Over the years, as the IDG News Service’s Washington correspondent, he developed a deep understanding of the technology policy issues that have risen to the top of the national consciousness. He is unflappable, thoughtful and conscientious ... It’s been a godsend to work with a journalist like Grant, who seems to have had the uncanny ability to anticipate the needs of the news team on a daily basis." My other interests include music and guitars, baseball and the Baltimore Orioles, tinkering and building, video gaming and getting beat by my kid while video gaming. Contact me: [email protected]


Sarah Czarnecki

Freelance Writer

I am a maker with a passion for storytelling. After earning my BA in Creative Writing, I perfected the art of time management and multitasking before taking the leap into freelance writing in 2020. I currently write articles in a wide variety of niches. I have authored over a dozen short stories, articles, educational documents, and produced assorted web content. In my spare time, I enjoy travel, food, literature, folklore, games, and fiber arts. I'm currently writing my first novel. email: [email protected]


Colin W. Barry

"I write stuff."

For the longest time, I never thought I would have a career writing. I've always loved it, especially creative writing, but I saw it as a hobby. Sometimes, it's good to be wrong. I have been active within Boston's tech space writing stories about startups, Q&As with prominent entrepreneurs, profiles on particular sectors, and retrospectives on tech-focused organizations. In addition to that, I have created guides involving cybersecurity and how-tos when it comes to using consumer electronics. Those are just a few types of writing I have done, but email marketing and copywriting, social media management, and PR outreach and analysis are other projects I not only excel at but thoroughly enjoy doing. In short, I love writing and I'm grateful to be in a space where I have been able to use, and expand upon, my skill set.


Marcos Chisholm

Freelance Writer

Marcos Chisholm is a freelance writer who covers business, sports, and more. He also creates SEO/blog content for young brands and platforms looking to establish credibility with their target audiences. His work has been featured in OTR Global, Retail Environments Magazine, Bleacher Report, SI.com, and more. Marcos is a graduate of the University of North Carolina, where he furthered his insatiable appetite for the game of basketball without losing his cravings for croquetas and pastelitos.


Kamran Rosen

Writer and Futurist

I began my career in projection as a data analyst for the NerdWallet mortgage team—using U.S. Census Bureau data on income, working age population, and housing permits to create insights on homebuying trends. I later transitioned to a role at The Hustle—a San Francisco based newsletter with 400k readers that covered all things startup and business. This led to writing positions at the Morning Brew, The Motley Fool, Business Insider, Forbes, LifeHacker and copywriting for several brands. Through my experience I've developed an expertise in predicting future societal behavior, stemming from advancements in micro-transactions and digital simulations. I've covered the future of simulated sports, cryptocurrency in real estate, and shifting paradigms in the worlds of education and retail. I enjoy opportunities to indulge my love of the basketball and politics in my writing, and the occasional Haiku on the subway. My Podcast: https://www.letstalkaboutrace.net/ My YouTube Series: https://www.youtube.com/c/basement_dwellers